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01/31/2018 - Thomas Glen Emick

Funeral services for Thomas Glen Emick, age 65, of Chadron, NE will be at 10:00 AM on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at Chamberlain Chapel in Chadron with Dr. Russ Seger officiating.
Private family burial will be at a later date.
Online condolences can be made at www.chamberlainchapel.com.
Tom was born on August 18, 1952 in Scottsbluff, NE to William W. Emick and Helen I. Emick (Wood). He passed away in the early morning of January 26, 2018 peacefully and with his family by his side.
Tom lived in many places, including Lawrence, KS and Riverton, WY before settling in Chadron in 1968. He graduated from ChadronHigh School in 1970 and attended Chadron State College briefly. He was very active in Boy Scouts and was on the swim team.
He married Pam Claussen on June 30, 1973. They welcomed their first daughter, Lisa Ann, in 1976 and their second daughter, Tara Lyn, in 1979. His family was his greatest source of accomplishment and pride. The births of his three grandchildren was by far the proudest moment of his life. He always felt so lucky that his children and grandchildren lived in Chadron. He never missed a school activity, concert or birthday party. He was blessed to have his family close all his life.
He started his lifelong career with the City of Chadron in December 1973. He worked for the water department for over 40 years when he finally retired in October 2016. His dedication to the City of Chadron was without hesitation. Many fishing trips and family gatherings were interrupted by broken water mains or having to run the backhoe for one reason or another. He was truly the master of his trade and even after retirement his advice was sought by some.
His true passion in life was fishing. He spent countless hours on the lake. He taught his children to tie fishing knots, how to handle fish (even the ones with teeth) and how to be safe on the water. He was a very competitive fisherman but at the end of the day it was the time spent with his family and friends doing what he loved to do that was worth more than catching the biggest fish that day.
Tom was a compassionate, generous, loving and understanding husband, father, coworker and friend to so many. He will be missed and never forgotten.
He was preceded in death by parents William W. and Helen I. Emick and mother-in-law Jake Claussen.
Survivors include:
Wife of 44 years Pam Emick
Children Lisa and Victor Guajardo, Tara and Richard Bates
Grandchildren Kia, Jacee and RJ
Siblings Paul Emick of Chadron, Lois and Jim Fauerbach of Emporia, KS and Patricia Emick and Mark Leppert of Kansas City, MO
Father-in-law John Claussen of Chadron
Brother-in-law Curt Claussen of Chadron
Nieces and nephews Debra, Mark, Diana, Nicole, Casie, Chandra and Jared
Chamberlain Chapel of Chadron is in charge of arrangements for Thomas Glen Emick.


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